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CONVERSATIONS - A More Christlike God w/ Brad Jersak

Riverview Church Podcast

CONVERSATIONS - A More Christlike God w/ Brad Jersak Brad Jersak is the Faculty Dean of Theology & Culture at St. Stephen’s University and author of the provocatively-titled, "A More Christlike God." In this conversation, we dive into our preconceived ideas of what God is like, be they inherited from tradition or personal projections, and why should view Jesus as "the decisive revelation and act of God in space and time." "A More Christlike God" by Brad Jersak can be purchased art https://bradjersak.com/books/. 

57mins

26 Jul 2021

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Interview with Brad Jersak “A More Christlike Word” (Ep. 146)

Awaken Podcast with Michael Lombardo

On this episode of Awaken Podcast, Michael Lombardo speaks with Bible teacher Brad Jersak on Jesus being the Word of God and how to approach the Bible in a way that points directly to Jesus in every chapter and verse. Together they tackle difficult questions and provoke the listener to dive deeper into understanding the purity of the gospel. Have we believed lies that have been spoon-fed to us about Jesus and His gospel just because it is a common belief system today? Is there more to know about the death and resurrection of Jesus? Find out more as you tune in! For more information about Brad’s ministry, go to: https://bradjersak.com/ For more information on Michael’s ministry go to www.lifepouredoutintl.org Grab a copy of his book, “Immersed in His Glory,” here: https://www.amazon.com/sk=immersed+in+his+glory&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 Follow Michael on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/michaellombardolpo Instagram: www.instagram.com/michaellombardolpo

38mins

22 Jul 2021

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"Unwrathing God" with Brad Jersak

The Canadian Orthodox

In this episode, we spoke with author and teacher Brad Jersak about the idea of "unwrathing" from his 2015 book "A More Christlike God, exploring some of the implications of this idea in topics such as a cruciform image of God, the reading of the scriptures, salvation, judgement, ultimate reconciliation,  and the cultivated imagination of the church.To access more resources from Brad including books, lectures and more, you can connect with him on social media and through his website via the links in the show notes. https://bradjersak.com/ https://www.instagram.com/ https://twitter.com/bradjersak https://www.facebook.com/BradJersak/ https://www.youtube.com/user/bmjersak  Pre Order "A More Christlike Word" available July 20, 2021https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/product/9781641236522-item.html?s_campaign=goo-Shopping_Smart_Books&gclid=Cj0KCQjwgtWDBhDZARIsADEKwgP6EBemQyxQWOMgwf9YgtNZjR3_FIz26bPFAScXlQeU_aq1AwQPvqwaAhYwEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds&fbclid=IwAR3YQPEqjTHwTtI24BgDvN9kgKNUW3uLHTyOEaUNJrDUiVhXR1Q8RartQBI Production notes:Produced and edited by Tim Harder on Treaty 7 Territory Music by Beautiful Eulogy, licensed through Marmoset Music Follow @i.am.timotheos on Instagram to stay updated on announcements and upcoming episodes. instagram.com/i.am.timotheos Support this show on Patreon by going to patreon.com/timharder

1hr 8mins

28 Jun 2021

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14. Brad Jersak

The Podcast Made Flesh

In our first episode of Season Two we talk with Brad Jersak about Mary, Jesus' mom. We talk about her role in the story, in the church throughout history and what paying attention to her might mean for a fleshed out faith today. "Brad Jersak is an author and teacher based in Abbotsford, BC. He serves as a reader and monastery preacher at All Saints of North America Orthodox Monastery. He is the Dean of Theology and Culture at St. Stephen's University (New Brunswick)."He's written many books including:The Pastor: A Crisis Co-written with Wm. Paul YoungA More Christlike God: A More Beautiful GospelIn: Incarnation and Inclusion, Abba and LambComing Soon: A More Christlike Word: Reading Scripture the Emmaus WayFind more about Brad Jersak’s work at www.bradjersak.com

1hr 10mins

7 May 2021

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Q & Eh with Wm Paul Young & Brad Jersak

This Is Not Church Podcast

In this episode we chat with Wm Paul Young and Brad Jersak about: The Pastor: A Crisis. We delve into questions about shame, fear, wrath, and how the grace of God can bring redemption and forgiveness. Even to the people we deem as irredeemable and unforgivable. This conversation will challenge you...in a good way. You can connect With Wm Paul Young on: FacebookTwitterInstagram Also, check out his website. You can connect with Brad Jersak on: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Also Check Out his website. Please follow us on the following social media platforms Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Want to help us with our future episodes of This Is Not Church Podcast? Join us on Patreon where you will get access to exclusive patron content such as early access to episode, videos of upcoming episodes, and live Q&A sessions. Also check out our website for upcoming interviews and blog posts Each episode of This Is Not Church Podcast is expertly engineered by our producer The Podcast Doctor Eric Howell. If you’re thinking of starting a podcast you need to connect with Eric! If you enjoy our show, could you take a moment to rate and review the podcast on your platform of choice. This will help new listeners find us. Voiceover clip in intro used with permission by C. Baxter Kruger

1hr 14mins

26 Apr 2021

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5-2 Reading the Scripture the Emmaus Way with Brad Jersak

Impact Nations Podcast

Reading the Scriptures the Emmaus WayWith Brad JersakThis week's episode is brought to you by our Skills & Business Development Programs. You can help change the entire trajectory of a family for generations to come! To learn more, visit www.impactnations.com/skillsTo pre-order Brad's newest book, A More Christlike Word, visit:https://www.amazon.com/More-Christlike-Word-Reading-Scripture

1hr 11mins

26 Mar 2021

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A conversation with Brad Jersak - the co-author of the book - The Pastor: A Crisis

This Is Not Church Podcast

In this episode we talk to Brad Jersak Brad is the dean of theology and culture at St Stephen's University in Canada. He is the author of 20 books including Her Gates Will Never Be Shut, A More Christlike God, A More Christlike Way, and The Pastor: A Crisis co-written with Paul Young.  You can connect with Brad Jersak on: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Please follow us on the following social media platforms Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Want to help us with our future episodes of This Is Not Church Podcast? Join us on Patreon where you will get access to exclusive patron content such as early access to episode, videos of upcoming episodes, and live Q&A sessions. Also check out our website for upcoming interviews and blog posts If you enjoy our show, could you take a moment to rate and review the podcast on your platform of choice. This will help new listeners find us.

50mins

22 Mar 2021

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Ep. 37 Brad Jersak on "Ultimate Redemption" (How he understands the final union of all with God)

Grace Saves All: Christianity and Universal Salvation

2 Mar 2021

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Ep. 36 Brad Jersak and William Paul Young discuss The Pastor: A Crisis (No Spoilers!)

Grace Saves All: Christianity and Universal Salvation

23 Feb 2021

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On fundamentalism, forgiveness and finding a better way - with Paul Young & Brad Jersak

In the Shift

[**Content Warning** This episode includes conversations that deal with abuse, trauma, sexual assault and self-harm. Specifically from 7min to 27mins]  Episode 41: In this conversation with Paul Young (The Shack) and Brad Jersak (A More Christlike Way) we discuss the themes found in their jointly written novella - The Pastor: A Crisis. We talk about the cyclical impact of abuse, understanding (and misunderstanding) forgiveness, the need for control that often drives fundamentalism, the dangers of hierarchy and power in the church, along with the possibilities of healing and of living into a more hopeful and liberating form of faith.

56mins

18 Feb 2021

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